What does a jonquil flower look like?

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The jonquil flower is a perennial ornamental plant that is planted across the world and is a major part of certain cultures. The name jonquil is an alternate name for the daffodil. The ranges of this flower that are cultivated have been greatly modified and extended with new variations.
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Jonquil is a flowering bulb that has yellow or white fragrant flowers. They are about 14cm in height and the cup of the plant is usually small. It derives its name from genus of mainly hardy, mostly spring-flowering, bulbs also known as Narcissus.
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